IMSA Unveils ARMS Platform To Enhance Operations Amid COVID-19

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IMSA has launched the Automated Risk Management Solution (ARMS) software platform.

It provides updates under real-time circumstances concerning COVID-19.

The data is coupled with location-specific risk and critical information alerts.

The platform has received incredible feedback from the captains and crews.

According to an article published in Safety4sea, in light of the COVID-19 outbreak and the major disruptions that have brought, International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA) launched a software platform to boost operations during the pandemic.

ARMS software platform unveiled

Namely, the ARMS (Automated Risk Management Solution) software platform goals to provide updates under real-time circumstances concerning COVID-19 along with other location-specific risk and critical information alerts.

Positive feedback from the captain and crew

Corey Ranslem, CEO of IMSA noted, We’ve received incredible feedback from the captains and crews who use our software on a daily basis. Through their input, we have made some updates to the software to better track COVID-19 along with all the port delays, closures, and quarantines to ensure our clients have the most updated information, regardless of their location.

Information provided by the platform

The platform provides information focused on:

  • port delays
  • civil unrest affecting maritime operations
  • maritime piracy issues
  • weather matters
  • medical epidemics
  • disease outbreak
  • complete mapping of all worldwide GMDSS alerts.

LISCR unveils RINA’s remote technology

Overall, during the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 pandemic, remote surveys are on the rise. In this regard, the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR) will use RINA’s remote technology for inspections of Liberian flagged vessels and as announced, Shipowner d’Amico will take advantage of this facility in a pilot case on his fleet.

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Source: Safety4sea

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